Each Friday we are selecting our favourite social media activity from the Goalball Family and beyond.
We hope that this round-up can help to keep you entertained and provide inspiration to stay active!!
We loved that Great Britain star Kali Holder has been able to get back on the court this week!
Hello gym and sports hall, it’s been a while! Great to have a change of scene for today’s training and be able to finally get the Goalball out 🔵💪 pic.twitter.com/ETsOVq1TKQ— Kali Holder (@Kali_Holder) March 2, 2021
Our friends over at Goalfix signposted these brilliant workouts for the VI community…
Check out our stay at home exercise resources for the blind and VI community.— Goalfix Sports (@goalfix) March 3, 2021
Includes video's and audio from @USABA, @tylermerren, and many more...https://t.co/nxNc7yS9he#goalballfamily #goalball pic.twitter.com/h2pLk9jTsu
We couldn’t agree more – great work!
We believe that everyone should have an #equal right and access to #health, #fitness and #education. We work closely with #Goalball Singapore to make it a #unified sport and give other blind individuals opportunities to #exercise and prevent themselves from a second #disability. pic.twitter.com/uk1BQ2EE7v— Emile Dumont (@emiledumont88) March 2, 2021
Important news for the park runners among us – and we know there’s quite a few of you!
Following the publication of the Government’s roadmap for exiting lockdown, we are excited to share our plans to restart both junior and 5k parkrun events across England.— parkrun UK (@parkrunUK) February 26, 2021
Find out more👇 https://t.co/LvNKSzp61Y
🌳 #loveparkrun pic.twitter.com/gHp7hfgBx8
Big shout out to our friends at the Sport & Recreation Alliance for this tweet – we can’t wait for next week’s ceremony!
Since forming a decade ago, @GoalballUK has been instrumental in creating opportunities for the blind and partially sighted community to engage with sport and physical activity— Sport & Rec Alliance (@sportrectweets) March 1, 2021
Learn more about our 2021 Community Sport & Recreation Award finalists 👉 https://t.co/3FcsHIBL17 pic.twitter.com/UFn9Vx2P6S
And finally, check out this brilliant initiative from RNIB to celebrate World Book Day…
"I love reading and sometimes enjoy five books in a week!". Our braille and talking books enable Elodie to read the same books as her friends.— RNIB (@RNIB) March 4, 2021
To celebrate #WorldBookDay, we’re offering blind and partially sighted children a free book in braille or audio: https://t.co/ig1wVAPvEP pic.twitter.com/JX42Xd4WUy